Lutheran High School
of St. Charles County

New to LHS Athletics – Privit

The Lutheran High School Athletic Program is utilizing a new program to help collect and store the information required by MSHSAA for high school athletes to participate in sports.  This new program allows parents to register their child for the athletic teams at Lutheran High School and e-sign all of the appropriate forms.  Accounts will remain available from year-to-year to update as needed.


Privit Instructions: 

1.     Register an account in parents name here:

2.     Add athlete(s) to your account

3.     Complete all relevant athlete information and forms

·      Personal Details

·      MSHSAA Parent Permission

·      MSHSAA Concussion Materials

·      MSHSAA Student Agreement

·      Emergency Contact Information

·      Pre-Participation History Form

4.     Apply parent electronic signature

5.     Apply athlete electronic signature

6.     Upload signed physical form from your physician (only the page signed by the physician is needed for upload) – for families that have turned in their physicals to the school office, your form will be uploaded once you have created your Privit account for your child.  (If you need additional help uploading your MSHSAA physical form.  Please bring your form to the school office after you have created a Privit account for you and your athlete.)

For more detailed instructions, download the Privit instruction sheet.  Feel free to contact Jana Leppien with any questions.

Lutheran Track and Field Coaching Openings @ LHS for 2016-2017

 Lutheran High School is currently accepting applications  for two assistant track and field coaching positions  for the 2016-2017 school year. Please submit a letter of interest and resume as well as direct all questions to Activities Director, Doug Kuhlmann @ and (314) 497-3014.
  • Track & Field Assistant Coach – specializing in the throwing events.  Applicants with previous throw coaching experience are preferred.  Applicants should have a knowledge of strength and conditioning for throwers as well as the ability to teach the technical aspects for throwing events.
  • Track & Field Assistant Coach – specializing in sprinters and jumpers.  Applicants with previous Track & Field coach experience are preferred.  Applicants should have a knowledge of training systems associated with sprinting as well as the technical aspects of jumping events.

LHS Fall Sports Info

To:  LHS Families
From:  Activities Office
Re:  2016-2017 Athletic Information

As we make plans for the upcoming 2016-2017 school year and specifically the fall sports season, we wanted to share a few notes/reminders with you.  Some of this information had previously been sent out…if you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact the Activities Office.

MSHSAA Pre-Participation Physicals – You must turn in your physical for the 2016-2017 school year prior to Monday, August 1.  You will not be permitted to practice until you have this done.  A reminder that you also need to have at least 14 practices prior to a competition, so be sure to get that in to Mrs. Wilson in the office.  You can get a form at the LHS office or they can be downloaded under the athletic tab on our website.  New for 2016-17:  LHS will be partnering with MSHSAA and to store physicals and allow parents and athletes to e-sign all forms required for sports sign-ups. Watch for more information in the upcoming weeks.  

Dead Week – Reminder that our activity dead week runs from Saturday, July 2 through Sunday, July 10.  During these 9 days, there will be absolutely NO sport related activities.  This includes games, open gyms, summer league games, weight lifting, conditioning etc.

Nike Fall Order – The fall sports Nike/Eastbay spirit and team gear is now available for online ordering.  As you may know, we are using Eastbay Team Sports as our Nike supplier for 2016-2017.  As in the past, all sales will be done online…..there will be no forms to turn in to the coaches, nor will the office accept any. No late orders will be accepted.  Please be advised, if your son/daughter is planning on playing this fall, there will be no further orders made.

Athletic Schedules 2016-2017 – Are now available on the LHS website under “teams.”  Please note that the schedules WILL CHANGE OVER THE SUMMER MONTHS...and will not be “official” until the start of the school year and/or the parent meeting for that specific season.  New for 2016-17:  LHS is transitioning athletic schedules to  Parents will be able to “follow” specific teams and receive emails and/or texts when schedules change.  Watch for more info in the upcoming weeks. 

Fall Sports Start Date – All Fall sports practices will begin on Monday, August 1st. A complete listing of times and locations will be available on our website in mid-July.

Athletic Fee – Please be reminded that the athletic fee for our fall sports is due one week before practices begin on August 1stFees are due by Monday, July 25.  For complete details, please see the “About Us” tab on the Athletic website

Social Media – Have you signed up for a Twitter account yet?  Updates on LHS activities are available on twitter.  To follow our updates on twitter if you do not have an account, please go to  To have our tweets sent directly to your phone via SMS, you will need to sign up for a twitter account.  Our main, all-encompassing account is…@LutheranCougars.  Other activities can be found on our FAQ page of our website, under #15 or

Athletic Blog – Be sure to check the Athletic Blog frequently for updates and new information about Privit and ArbiterLive.

Again, through the remainder of the summer, if you have any questions, please contact the Activities Office.

Thank you and Go Cougars!

Dr. Doug Kuhlmann, CMAA
Activities Director

Jana Leppien
Activities Assistant

(636) 928-5100

Team Gear and Spirit Wear Orders

Team gear stores are now open for Fall Sports teams to purchase team gear and spirit wear.  This includes Cheer, Sapphires, Cross Country, Football, Boys Soccer, Softball, and Volleyball. (Boys Swimming and Girls Golf will not be placing an order at this time.)  Not playing a sport in the Fall?  Shop the Cougar Pride Spirit Wear Form.

Please read below for ordering info and additional notes on both the required team gear items and the optional spirit wear.  Items required by the coaches have a red Mandatory line across the items.


  • Volleyball and Football have two forms.  A team gear form and an extra form for items needed for the sport but not required.  Eastbay offers us Nike items at a discount, so we wanted to pass on the discount to you.  The items on the extra order form will ship within 2 days of placing an order, while the team gear orders will ship 3-4 weeks after the store closes.
  • The Volleyball team will also be purchasing practice shirts this season.  A 3 pack of t-shirts will be available for purchase later this season at a cost of $20. T-shirts are now available for purchase in the school office.  Sizes are available at a first come first served basis.  
  • If the required items and designs are the same as previous years, you are not asked to purchase them again.
  • All items offered are Uniform Approved.  See below for specifics.
  • Quarter zips and hoodies may be worn during the school day.
  • LHS T-shirts may be worn on Fridays only.
  • Full zip jackets offered on the Sapphires order, may only be worn on Fridays or after school.

Please contact your coach with any questions regarding required team gear items.  Coaches Contact Information –

Team Codes:

  • Cheer – OFTSLSCH
  • Cross Country – OFTSLUTC
  • Football Team Gear – OFTSLSF2 and Extra Items – OFTSLSC3
  • Sapphires – OFTSLSCP
  • Boys Soccer – OFTSSTCS
  • Softball – OFTSLSS3
  • Volleyball Team Gear – OFTSLSV4 and Extra Items – OFTSLSC2
  • Cougar Pride Order – OFTSLSS2

To view forms visit the Athletic website under Handbooks and forms

All orders are placed online and must be completed by June 30, 2016 at 10:00pm.  Late orders are not accepted.  

Ordering instructions:

Step 1

Step 2

  • Enter your team code, listed on the top of the flyer.

Step 3

  • Shop! Select team merchandise and add to the cart.

Step 4

  • Once shopping is complete, click “Checkout” to complete your order.


  1. Credit cards will be charged at the time of the order for decorated garments, or at the time of shipment for non-decorated garments.
  2. Orders with decorated items typically ship in 3-4 weeks from the store’s closing date,.  Non-decorated orders will ship immediately.
  3. All Decorated Product Sales are final – No Returns or Exchanges.
  4. Non-Decorated Products may be exchanged.  Please call our Customer Service Line at 888-210-4734 to speak with an agent.
  5. Orders must be completed on or before the End Date listed on the flyer (June 30 at 10 pm).

Any further questions, feel free to contact me at


Summer Athletic Information

Future LHS Families,

I hope that you and your families enjoying the end of your school year and graduation from junior high!  We look forward to having you at Lutheran High next fall.

We believe that activities play a vital role in the education of our students at LHS.  While participating in sports, clubs, or one of our activities this year, we believe your student will develop their bodies, learn physical and mental discipline, to operate as a member of a team, acquire self-motivation and self-esteem, and learn to compete with dignity.  These attributes will be vital to their success in life beyond school.

Our coaches, directors and mentors are focused on instilling good values and building character via their activities, the classroom, and the hallways.  We want to see our students reach their potential.  Because of this, we feel it is imperative that you understand our philosophy:  Winning is an Attitude!  Working to win is an attitude that must be present in all aspects of our students lives:  as Christians who glorify God with all of their actions, as athletes who strive to play their best, as students who are successful in the classroom, and as teammates who place the team above themselves.

Below, you will find contact information for our staff.  As we enter the summer months, our teams and activities will begin to have open gyms, practices, and camps to prepare for the 2016 – 2017 school year.   on the comprehensive summer schedule to download a summer schedule for your convenience.  You are encouraged to contact them for specific information.

Finally, our website has a plethora of information regarding our program offerings, paperwork, important reminders, etc. You are encouraged to browse our website and gain a more clear understanding of everything that our LHS Activities Department offers our students and families.

New additions to the 2016 LHS Summer Camps –

  • STEM Camp– June 27 – July 1 – (limited to 24 campers)
  • Summer Performance Camp– training sessions will be led by LHS coaches, including Soccer, Volleyball, Football, Basketball, and Baseball coaches.  Performance Coach Arlen Harris will lead all sessions.  2 Sessions offered – May 31 – June 30 and July 11 – 28. 
  • Boys Volleyball Camp – June 27 – 30

Important LHS links: 

Coaching Staff: 

  • Cross Country– Chris Mizel –
  • Cheer– Deb Kwiatkowski –
  • Poms – Julie Foelsch –
  • Football – Arlen Harris – or
  • Girls Golf– TBA – Contact Jana Leppien with questions –
  • Girls Softball – Jon Bernhardt –
  • Girls Volleyball– Sasa Vasilijevic – or
  • Boys Soccer– Mike Wilhite –
  • Boys Swimming– Sue Hancock –
  • Boys Basketball – Dr. Mark Hingst –
  • Girls Basketball– Erin Luttschwager –
  • Wrestling– Jake Goslin –
  • GirlsSwimming– Sue Hancock –
  • Baseball– Dennis Lueck –
  • GirlsSoccer– Mike Wilhite –
  • Golf– Mike Holtmeier –
  • Tennis– Andrew Coon –
  • Track & Field– Chris Mizel –
  • Boys Volleyball – Greg Franklin –

We feel that our coaches and sponsors are excellent at promoting what high school activities are all about — an extension of the classroom where the programs are a privilege that must be earned.  Because of this, we are certain that your experience at LHS will be a tremendous time for both you and your son/daughter.

We look forward to having you as a part of our programs next year.  If you have any questions, do not hesitate to contact us.  Enjoy your summer!

Dr. Douglas J. Kuhlmann, CMAA
Activities Director

Jana Leppien
Administrative Assistant

Winning is an Attitude!



Locker Room Clean Up

The LHS  janitorial staff will clean out both the boys and the girls PE locker rooms at the end of next week.  Locks will be cut off the lockers and all items left in the lockers will be taken to Goodwill or sold at the used uniform sale.
Please make sure that you get into the locker room and clean out your locker by Monday, June 6.

Summer Performance

LHS Performance Camps – The Lutheran High School Strength and Conditioning/Performance Program is designed to provide our student-athletes the following: a program that is committed to developing athletes into champions in their respective sports; to provide every athlete with the very best evidenced-based exercise programs; a program dedicated to improving our athletes strength, speed, agility, power, and flexibility; to develop team bonding, leadership, mental toughness, and discipline through rigorous physical and mental test; and to properly educate our athletes on the importance of rest, injury prevention, and nutrition.

Session 1 – May 31 through June 30 – (5 weeks)

  • Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday (4 days per week)
  • Training session times are 8:00 – 9:30am and 9:30 – 11:00am. Athletes will be placed in specific training sessions based on the sports they play.
  • Cost – $60
  • Note – No performance on Memorial Day, Monday, May 30

Session 2 – July 11 through July 28 – (3 weeks)

  • Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday (4 days per week)
  • Training session times are 8:00 – 9:30am and 9:30 – 11:00am. Athletes will be placed in specific training sessions based on the sports they play.
  • Cost – $36

Performance Coach Arlen Harris will lead all sessions with weekly help from Head Girls Volleyball Coach Sasa Vasilijevic, Head Girls Basketball Head Coach Erin Luttschwager, Head Wrestling Coach Jake Goslin, and Boys/Girls Head Soccer Coach Mike Wilhite.

To register online:

LHS Hires New Volleyball Coach

Lutheran High School is proud to announce the hiring of Greg Franklin as the Head Boy’s Volleyball Coach and JV Girl’s Volleyball Coach for the 2016-2017 school year.  Mr. Franklin brings a wealth of experience in Lutheran Education and in coaching to our staff and will provide our students with a strong Christian role model in our activities program.

Coach Franklin graduated from Hazelwood West High School where he played club volleyball for two years while serving as the captain his senior year. In 2001, he graduated from Southern Illinois University-Edwardsville with a bachelor of science degree in mass communications and a minor in kinesiology. He played club ice hockey for the SIUE Cougars and became the starting goalie for two years. In 2012, Coach Franklin completed his Master’s in Education (K-12) from Missouri Baptist University.  Since then, he has coached middle school A and B-team volleyball at Atonement Lutheran School, where his girls went to the state tournament twice in four years. Coach Franklin was also an assistant varsity/JV head coach for the Whitfield Warriors volleyball program.

Along with coaching volleyball, Coach Franklin has also been an assistant ice hockey coach for Whitfield, assistant track coach for Atonement Lutheran as well as a varsity girl’s lacrosse head coach for Villa Duchesne, Whitfield and Hazelwood Central.  Coach Franklin continues to play volleyball at a high level. He has played on a men’s league for over 15 years and continues to play in indoor and sand tournaments.

We look forward to Coach Franklin leading our new boy’s volleyball program in the spring of 2017 and working well with Coach Sas, Coach Gnade, Coach Von Deylen, and Coach Patton as a member of our girl’s volleyball program this fall.